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the flu is now widespread in every state except tennessee and hawaii. 9% of flu deaths are in the elderly, very young, -- 90% of flu deaths are the elderly, very young, and people with other conditions. one-third to one half of people are not getting prompt treatment the fda has approved a new vaccine that is being made by injecting flu jeans into a virus and drink it in caterpillar sells. -- a growing it in caterpillar cells. experts say the quarter production method could be very helpful in the event of a pandemic -- quicker production method could be very helpful in the event of a pandemic p. >> that southern snowstorm yesterday's state south of us. it did put down substantial snow in parts of virginia. those are not clouds. that is not being picked up by the satellite imagery. you can see that stripe there. parts of west virginia, around princeton, 15 inches. a couple inches around raleigh, durham. and through central virginia. some spots the lord eastern shore of maryland as well. -- on the lower eeastern shore of maryland as well. that is what occurred with that storm tracking by ye
pummeled much of the south. a tornado was confirmed in tennessee. many people have lost their homes. tens of thousands without power outside nash. there were also tornado warnings in kentucky, alabama, and georgia. >> now your 11 insta-weather- plus forecast with tom tasselmyer. >> a line of storms went further south, all the way down to new orleans. a line of storms when across your liens this morning around 8:00. -- went across new orleans is morning around 8:00. the winds from the west are making it feel quite cool. a definite change in the city. this is the same system that will bring changes our way. will be a cooler weather pattern but very comfortable. partly cloudy daytime temperatures in the 60's. definitely a change coming there. the same front bringing the change to new orleans is approaching us tonight. ahead of it we hit 70. we were within two degrees of hitting the record high set back in 1914. everyone in maryland on the warm side of the approaching front. we have flood watches and advisory's covering much of maryland from the mountains to the bay to parts of southern maryl
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